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Thursday, July 29, 2010

July 29th-August 4th Weekly Giveaway

The GroVia All-In-One Diaper has an ultra soft organic cotton inner and a soft layer of water resistant TPU outer. The stretchy tabs give it a perfect trim fit. The GroVia All-In-One Diaper is one size so it grows with your baby. The GroVia All-In-One Diaper fits babies 10-35+ pounds. No more stuffing and no more doublers! To use the GroVia All-In-One Diaper, adjust the rise snaps as needed and just fasten on your baby! Use the snap in soaker for older babies or heavy wetters. No cover is needed. This design makes the GroVia All-In-One Diaper quick drying.

To enter to win a GroVia One-Size All-In-One Cloth Diaper in Vanilla , leave a comment on our blog with a link to each entry (examples: your blog post, your comment on our FB page, etc.). You may only do each entry option once per weekly giveaway. Winner will be posted 8/5. Winner must email annie@nickisdiapers.com within one week to claim your prize.

  1. Become a subscriber of the Nicki's Diapers Blog if if you already are, comment on any blog post other than the weekly giveaway.
  2. "Like" Nicki's Diapers on Facebook of if you already do, post a comment on the page (saying "commenting for the giveaway" does not qualify as a comment.)
  3. Post a comment on your Facebook page and include a link to the Nicki's Diapers Website.
  4. Follow Nicki's Diapers on Twitter or if you already do, Tweet about Nicki's Diapers.
  5. Post a fan picture on the Nicki's Diapers Facebook Page
  6. Blog about Nicki's Diapers including a link to the Nicki's Diapers website.
  7. Talk about Nicki's Diapers on a Forum and include a link to any page on the Nicki's Diapers website (counts as double entry, please comment twice for this entry!)
  8. Grab one of our buttons and put it on your blog, if it already is, let us know!
  9. Tell us if you prefer natural or stay-dry fabrics in your cloth diapers (or both!) and why
  10. Place an order at nickisdiapers.com or shop at the Nicki's Diapers Retail store between 7/29 and 8/4. Include your order number in your entry.

206 comments:

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Josefine said...

I follow you and posted on the Item of the Week.

jteneback at hotmail dot com

Josefine said...

My baby is not here yet, but I'm planning to go with natual fabrics. I think it will help with potty learning and might be better for the skin.

Alycia said...

I'm a blog follower and I commented on July 29th on the post "Product Review: Grovia AIO Cloth Diaper"

Joanna said...

I prefer natural fabrics in cloth diapers - I don't have to worry what chemicals are leaching out of them!

michelle said...

I just subscribed to the blog.

Mrs.Smitty said...

"Like" Nicki's Diapers on Facebook
Rebecca Smith
rasmith0506 at gmail dot com

Mrs.Smitty said...

Shared on FB, including link
Rebecca Smith
rasmith0506 at gmail dot com

Mrs.Smitty said...

Started to Follow Nicki's Diapers on Twitter
LilyBearLove
rasmith0506 at gmail dot com

Mrs.Smitty said...

Posted your Button!
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Mrs.Smitty said...

I prefer natural fabrics in my daughter's diapers. She's got sensitive skin and I like natural products.
rasmith0506 at gmail dot com

Tara said...

I'm a subscriber to the blog

Tara said...

I'm a facebook fan!

Sarah said...

I follow you on Twitter and tweeted: http://twitter.com/ILoveClothDipes/status/19854176435

Kendra said...

Already follow! Commented on the GroVia review!

Kendra said...

Commented on your FB page under the new item of the week! (Kendra V.)

Kendra said...

Tweet! http://twitter.com/butterfly1979_2/status/19854329278

Sarah said...

Right now I prefer stay-dry...it just seems so much more comfy for baby.

Kendra said...

Blogged! http://sydneyelise2009.blogspot.com/2010/07/nickis-diapers.html

Kendra said...

Button on sidebar! http://sydneyelise2009.blogspot.com

Kendra said...

I like both kinds of fabrics in diapers. Stay dry is good for napping/night because it won't wake my daughter up if she is wet. I like natural fabrics because they don't contain any chemicals.

Waterbishop said...

I have your button on my blog!

http://www.anolderversion.com/

Waterbishop said...

If it is hot and we are outside I like the stay dry dipes.
Otherwise I use both at home.

kristen said...

I blogged on item of the week http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/07/item-of-week_21.html?showComment=1280439985899#c6451510416512646215

kristen said...

wrote on Nicki's FB page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625

kristen said...

tweeted! http://twitter.com/husskl/status/19857722433

kristen said...

I prefer both! I love the natural, but my baby prefers the stay-dry! I can't wait for you to get more wee-huggers insert covers in stock!

kristen said...

posted apic on your fan page! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625#!/photo.php?pid=31302758&id=1537298141&op=1&subj=145632806625&view=all&aid=-1&oid=145632806625&comments&ref=mf

Katrina said...

I am a follower and commented on the review of the Grovia. katfuer(at)gmail(dot)com

Katrina said...

Commented on FB katfuer(at)gmail(dot)com

Katrina said...

put a comment link on my fb page katfuer(at)gmail(dot)com

Katrina said...

I have a fan photo of my baby in the best bottoms chunky monkey. katfuer(at)gmail(dot)com

Katrina said...

I have a button on my personal blog http://theklauers.blogspot.com katfuer(at)gmail(dot)com

Katrina said...

I like stay dry because it really whicks away from the baby.. katfuer(at)gmail(dot)com

aka Mom said...

follow the blog

Jenn said...

I follow and commented on the GroVia product review.
jennifer_atchison at hotmail dot com

Jenn said...

FB fan and left a comment.
jennifer_atchison at hotmail dot com

Jenn said...

Button: babyatchison.blogspot.com
jennifer_atchison at hotmail dot com

Big Mama said...

I follow your blog Krystalbrook@aol.com

Big Mama said...

I like you on facebook

Big Mama said...

you know to be honest I have been cloth diapering for 10 months and I do not have a prefrence as to what kind of fabric insert we use... but I really want to try hemp.. I dont have any

Heather said...

I am a blog follower and posted a comment on your review of these diapers.


http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/07/product-review-grovia-all-in-one-cloth.html

Heather said...

I posted a comment on your FB page under your link for the Petunia Pickle Bottom diaper bag. I'm still drooling over it!

http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=ts

Heather said...

I posted a link for Nicki's Diapers webpage (the Petunia Pickle Bottom diaper bag page) on my FB page.

http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=584045048

Heather said...

Your button is on my blog.

http://2ndbabyblog.blogspot.com

Heather said...

I prefer stay dry fabrics in my daughter's diapers but I haven't have too much experience with natural fabrics so my mind may change as I try more products.

JustCorey said...

I am already a subscriber to Nickis Diapers Blog (:

coreybelle86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

JustCorey said...

I am FB follower and commented on what i want to see in the blog next (under a post from the 26th)

coreybelle86 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Katie said...

i subscribe to blog and commented on tots bots review post.

Katie said...

i prefer natural products on my babies- a big part of using cloth in the first place.

a said...

I'm a follower and I commented on the Bumwear item of the week.

kristen said...

I talked about Nicki's Daipers and Best Bottoms on a forum (MomsLikeMeTwinCities)@Jen, yes I have one Best bottoms form Nicki's Diapers actually. I really like it! http://www.nickisdiapers.com/
entry 1

kristen said...

I talked about Nicki's Daipers and Best Bottoms on a forum (MomsLikeMeTwinCities)@Jen, yes I have one Best bottoms form Nicki's Diapers actually. I really like it! http://www.nickisdiapers.com/
entry 2

a said...

I like on FB and commented on the Petunia Picklebottom inventory update post.

Abi Gutzki Heimsoth

a said...

I follow on Twitter and tweeted:

http://twitter.com/librislibertum/status/19913346356

a said...

I have your button:

http://middlegroundmom.blogspot.com/

a said...

I prefer natural fibers mostly for the ease of care. I can use the detergent that works best for my family without worrying too much about buildup or having to strip. A pre-rinse, a hot wash/cold rinse, and an extra rinse and I'm good to go. It all dries quickly too.

Eric and Hannah Avery said...

I commented under your last giveaway.
I already follow your blog

Eric and Hannah Avery said...

I liked you on facebook. Also left a comment.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625

Eric and Hannah Avery said...

Following you on twitter. Commented about the giveaway.

http://twitter.com/hannahgavery

kristen said...

tweet! http://twitter.com/husskl/status/19919513234

Erin P said...

just subscribed to your blog

jasonanderinpowell [at] yahoo.com

Erin P said...

I usually prefer stay dry, but I have two in diapers and one is close to potty-learning, and I want her to know when she's wet! We love our GroVia AIO!
jasonanderinpowell [at] yahoo.com

JenniferLynn said...

I am a subscriber to the blog

JenniferLynn said...

I follow you on facebook

JenniferLynn said...

my little one is not here yet but i plan on using both...the stay dry at night with extra inserts and the natural fibers during the day.

JenniferLynn said...

I follow you on twitter....my twitter name is artsyfartsyfun

Hannah said...

I follow your blog and commented to congratulate the winner of the July 8-14 Giveaway.

Hannah said...

Your button is on my blog

moltoscherzando.blogspot.com

Hannah said...

I prefer natural fabrics because they wash up clean easier and feeling the wetness will help him potty train earlier.

Kayster said...

I became a follower of your blog

Christy said...

I have your button on my blog.

Christy said...

I prefer natural fabric in our cloth diapers...that's one of the reasons we got rid of disposables!

DazzleMea said...

I started following your blog

DazzleMea said...

I started following you on twitter (MegaFisch)

DazzleMea said...

Button on my blog: http://screechingneedles.blogspot.com/

Sadie said...

Blogged with a link here! http://runningfromspiders.blogspot.com/2010/07/fluffy-friday-1-fluffy-bums-for-free-or.html

Sadie said...

We vastly prefer natural fibers in our diapers - no MF here!

DazzleMea said...

I like using both natural & stay-dry fabrics. Those stay-dry fabrics are nice for nap & bed times!

Kelly said...

I am a new FB fan

Kelly said...

Just posted a picture on FB

Kelly said...

Just left a comment on your FB page

Kelly Clawson - Hello, I just found your website through reading a review about Best Bottom diapers. They look really cool. Can't wait to try them when I have some extra money!

Kelly said...

I use both natural and stay-dry. I have been liking the stay-dry but I just bought some hemp inserts for bedtime and need to try them out.

Aida said...

I posted a comment on my faceboo with a link to Nickis diapers

Aida said...

I use both- I prefer teh day dry because my little one does not like to feel wet.

Aida said...

I follow your blog!!

Aida said...

I have been cloth diapering for 2.5 months

Isha said...

I like natural fabrics because then there are no harsh chemicals against babys bottom, but I do admit to using stay-dry fabrics when travelling and we cant change him as often as when we are at home.

ishatan at gmail dot com

Lisa said...

I'm a subscriber!

stampedwithgrace said...

subscriber :)
commented on GroVia product review

stampedwithgrace said...

commented on FB!

stampedwithgrace said...

your button's on my blog!

stampedwithgrace said...

I like stay-dry so that I don't have to change as often and where baby's skin in dry all night!

Jessica said...

I just subscribed to the blog

Jessica said...

i'm new to cloth diapering, so i'm not sure if i prefer stay dry or natural fabrics. i have a bunch of both, and i'm liking each of them for different reasons. the stay dry are nice when we're out and about or during the night, but i tend to use natural fabrics most of the day because...well, they are natural!

Jessica said...

posted a comment on FB under "what would you like to see a blog post on?"

Kimberly said...

I am new to cloth diapering and am trying natural cloth & stay dry inserts. So far, I like the stay dry because of how dry it keeps my baby's little bottom. I believe I will like the natural fabrics because they are indeed natural! We'll see!

Kimberly said...

I subscribed to your blog and posted a comment on the last "Item of the Week" blog post.

ELIZABETH said...

I really like BOTH, and tend to combine a stay dry liner with a natural fibers diaper (e.g. green sprout baby diaper with a BG stay dry doubler).

Hollyecat said...

Alright, I was just about to buy some of these to try. I am confused though. How are diapers like these so different from putting a prefold into a bummis cover (or other brand). Isn't a tri-fold in a cover the same as a hybrid diaper... sorta? I am so curious. I want to try one bad.

Carrie said...

I follow you and posted on the grovia review -

http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/07/product-review-grovia-all-in-one-cloth.html?showComment=1280548384488#c1226805459516992690

Carrie said...

commented on your facebook wall

http://www.facebook.com/iheartfluff#!/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?v=wall&story_fbid=417589336625&ref=mf

Carrie said...

I'm inclined to like natural fibers. I've always had issues with stink and the synthetics, and I like the idea of natural fibers against baby's skin. Organic fibers is even better! But, I struggle with knowing that natural fibers will leave a baby feeling wet. I guess the solution is just to change diapers more often, :)

cora said...

commented on fb page

cora said...

commented on your grovia review

cora said...

following you on twitter https://twitter.com/coraruth

*The Clarkstons* said...

"Like" Nickisdiapers on facebook
Samantha Clarkston

*The Clarkstons* said...

Posted a comment about nickisdiapers on facebook!
Samantha Clarkston

*The Clarkstons* said...

I tweeted about nickisdiapers on twitter as MrClarkston!

*The Clarkstons* said...

I have a blog about nickisdiapers at : http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=451183227&blogId=528714266

*The Clarkstons* said...

I have your button on my blog at : http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=451183227&blogId=528714266

*The Clarkstons* said...

I prefer natural materials. I feel better about them being on my son's bottom!

hoko_onchi said...

Following your blog on google reader! camilla.j.wells(at)gmail.com

marj&heather said...

Like you on Facebook and posted a comment under your post about my fave color of BumGenius.

hevoy[at]cogeco[dot]ca

marj&heather said...

I prefer stay-dry fabrics for the comfort against my son's sensitive skin.

Knocked Up and Nursing said...

ND Blog follower and commented on the Item Of the Week for 7-15-10.
sarah.robot at gmail dot com

Knocked Up and Nursing said...

Fan of ND on Facebook and commented on the Petunia Pickbottom post.
sarah.robot at gmail dot com

Knocked Up and Nursing said...

I prefer natural fabrics in diapers, and organic if i can get it. That way i know there is as little chemicals touching my baby's bum as possible.
sarah.robot at gmail dot com

cora said...

posted a fan picture of my daughter in her grovia on your fb fan page

cora said...

I added your button/link to my blog at http://coraruth.blogspot.com/

cora said...

posted a comment on fb with a link just now

cora said...

I am very new to the cloth diapering world and am still experimenting and learning but I will most likely use both. I really like the idea of natural cloth since that is one reason why I am switching to cloth in the first place. I will also use the stay dry most likely when I am out and about or if I have a baby sitter watching my girls, that way to keep it easier for the sitter.

shawn said...

I commented on the item of the week, I also am now following on twitter.

I prefer natural, though we do own and use some stay-dry. LO has super sensitive skin and with natural I don't have to worry at all.

tandcmama said...

I prefer stay dry products but I use natural as well. Just depends on the day. I love the stay dry for not feeling so wet.

tandcmama said...

I liked you on nickis diapers and commented

Lyssa Hunnicutt

tandcmama said...

I follow your blog

tandcmama said...

oh and i comented on item of the week

Julebug said...

I follow this blog

Julebug said...

I prefer natural fabrics because I feel like they're easier to keep from getting stinky.

Linda said...

i follow on GFC & i commented on the Rockin' Review: Rockin' Green Detergent!

lyromero77 at gmail dot com

Linda said...

i follow on twitter & tweet
http://twitter.com/luvlybrunette77/status/20103911013

lyromero77 at gmail dot com

Becky said...

your button is on my blog

Becky said...

i like the stay dry because it helps keep the little man dry..but natural is nice due to the better for the earth, better for the baby idea. It's a toss up for me!

Becky said...

commented on Gro-Via AIO Product Review post

Erin said...

commented on FB!

Erin said...

Button on my blog!

Erin said...

Natural please! Avoiding chemicals is one of my major reasons for cloth diapering.

Njos Family said...

Became a subscriber of the Nicki's Diapers Blog
waterlily_mc@juno.com

Njos Family said...

I prefer natural - by baby is pretty sensitive.
waterlily_mc@juno.com

Carolyn said...

I commented on the GroVia diaper review. http://tiny.cc/zmety

Carolyn said...

I prefer the natural fibers because I like having that natural fabric against my baby's skin. Also, no matter what I do with detergents, wash cycle options, etc., I have trouble with the microfiber inserts holding odors. Ugh.

Carolyn said...

I commented on the Petunia Pickle Bottom bag restock on Facebook.

4midablemama said...

subscribed to the blog!!

RaisingKnights said...

I posted a comment on my fb page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/christy.mattingly

RaisingKnights said...

I would prefer natural fibers as I always choose natural fabrics and products when I have the choice.

RaisingKnights said...

I am a follower now too.

joelandtif said...

i just recieved an oder of best bottom diapers and they are fantastic!!! would love to try grovia too! tifoel22@gmail.com

joelandtif said...

I prefer stay dry fabrics. It keeps there little bottoms dry plus they are the more affordable option. natural fabrics however are usually more absorbant but this isnt enough to persuede me..i usually use a doubler anyway.
tifoel22@gmail.com

joelandtif said...

placed an order with nickis diapers! :) order #3385866

joelandtif said...

i posted a comment on your face book page! tifoel22@gmail.com

caridadanne said...

I use both natural and stay dry fabrics, I use a fleece liner inside of his prefolds so he feels drier. I love the natural fibers (cotton and hemp) for softness and ease of care.

caridadanne said...

Posted a comment to your FB page.

caridadanne said...

posted a comment on my facebook page with your website.

caridadanne said...

Already follow, commented on the Grovia review

Brittainy Barnes said...

I'm a subscriber to your blog! I commented on your Item of the Week, Swaddlebees ABC Wraps.

Brittainy Barnes said...

"like" you on FB, and I commented on what I would like to see a blog post about.

Brittainy Barnes said...

Posted a link on FB!!

Brittainy Barnes said...

Following you on Twitter and posted a tweet!

Brittainy Barnes said...

Posted a picture of my little man wearing his new Duo Wrap!

Brittainy Barnes said...

I've got your button on my blog!

Brittainy Barnes said...

I like using natural fabric, and supplement it with a stay-dry fleece. I dislike microfiber, because it tends to smell a lot more than organic material.

Karrianne said...

I'm new to cloth, so I'm still learning about different options and what I like best. I have some natural prefolds that I REALLY love. But so far I like my stay-dry Flip insert and the other microfiber inserts I have. Though I have heard a lot that the microfiber starts to stink. I'm hoping to avoid that with careful laundering practices. I do like that microfiber is more trim than other inserts I've seen though.

Karrianne said...

I am a subcriber to this blog. I posted a comment on the post:

Breastfeeding - When it is not as natural as you think it will be!

Karrianne said...

I "like" Nicki's diapers on facebook and I posted a comment about "what I'd like to see next on the blog"

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=nf&v=wall#!/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?v=wall&story_fbid=142406422444953

comment by Karrianne Harris

Karrianne said...

I posted a comment on my facebook page and a link to nicki's diapers blog:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=nf&v=wall#!/karrianne.harris

http://www.facebook.com/karrianne.harris

(I'm not sure which link will work, so I posted both.)

Karrianne said...

I follow Nicki's diapers on twitter and tweeted about it:

http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/171727862.rss

twitter id: kharris8550

Karrianne said...

I blogged about Nicki's diapers and posted a link to your website.

http://cfh2010.blogspot.com/2010/08/nickis-diapers-blog.html

Karrianne said...

I put one of your buttons on my blog.

http://cfh2010.blogspot.com/

curlie girlie said...

I follow you and posted on the GroVia review.
curliegirlie03 at gmail dot com

curlie girlie said...

I like Nicki's Diapers and posted a comment about the Petunia Picklebottom Boxy Backpack.
Sara Elizabeth
http://www.facebook.com/#!/posted.php?id=145632806625&share_id=142143035813819&comments=1#s142143035813819
curliegirlie03 at gmail dot com

curlie girlie said...

I posted on my wall about the giveaway.
http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=100001137898111
Sara Elizabeth
curliegirlie03 at gmail dot com

curlie girlie said...

Tweet: http://twitter.com/curliegirlie03/status/20234968207
curliegirlie03 at gmail dot com

Tara said...

subscriber
taraz9 at excite dot com

Tara said...

now follow on twitter (curious_kitty)
taraz9 at excite dot com

Tara said...

prefer stay dry b/c i like that it helps keep baby's bottom dry!
taraz9 at excite dot com

K8tmama said...

I am a subscriber and I commented on your Product Review of GroVia All-In-One Cloth Diaper !

K8tmama said...

I prefer natural products in my cloth diapers. I like natural against my babies skin (very sensitive) and I have to confess I am always worried about the stink buildup people talk about with stay dry products.

Stacy said...

I subscribe and commented on last weeks giveaway!

Stacy said...

I'm a FB fan! I commented on someones question about Imagine prefolds and how to use them.

Stacy said...

I commented on my FB page with a link to you!

Stacy said...

I've got a button on my blog

theultimateblessing.blogspot.com

Stacy said...

I cloth diapered for about 6 months and then quit after my son was born, but missed it! I've now be back at it for 4 months.

Stacy said...

I blogged about how wonderful you are!

theultimateblessing.blogspot.com

Stacy said...

Put a cute picture on your FB page!

Angel said...

I like how the stay-dry really wick away the moisture from my baby's bottom, but I do use some hemp doublers, and I like those, too.

Tammy said...

I just became a subscriber of Nicki's blog via gfc.

Tammy said...

I already liked you on facebook. So I commented on the page. Actually twice, lol.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=nf

Tammy said...

I posted the give away on my facebook page.
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1316036733

Tammy said...

I prefer the stay dry fabrics for my 5 month old son. They do just that, stay dry. I use an organic cotton prefold on him in the morning for that first big poop then which. My daughter is two and potty training. I use only the cotton pre folds on her to help her know when she is wet. It works for me.

Lindsey said...

I'm a FB fan and commented on the new Weehuggers Diaper Cover. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=ts

girlnbluescrubs said...

The thing that I love best about Nicki's Diapers site is the Clearance section. It gives me the opportunity to try different diapers for my 17 month old without paying too much. So far I love Fuzzibunz and BumGenius. Hopefully I get lucky and can try the GroVia too! First I am hearing of the brand.

LIKE on Facebook with link!!

Bao said...

I already follow this blog & I commented on the GroVia AIO review. Thanks for both the review & giveaway! :)
giabao.ng @ gmail

Bao said...

Liked Nicki's on FB!

Bao said...

Posted about Nicki's on this forum: http://www.cafemom.com/group/95135/forums/read/11851891/Have_you_heard_of_Nickis_Diapers?ct=forum_next_topic

Bao said...

Posted about Nicki's on Cafe Mom's CD'ing forum.

Bao said...

Anything that touches baby's skin has got to be natural...it's fine if other layers are stay-dry. But I would still prefer material such as hemp & bamboo/rayon.

Stacy Whalen said...

I used to not even know the difference b/t natural and synthetic, then when I started getting the microfiber stinkies, I cared a lot and got rid of most of my MF. Then I started letting some back in my stash because I figured out it was how I was washing my diapers. We'll see how long this new "stance" holds...It is nice to have stay-dry sometimes.
stacywhalen at yahoo dot com

Alycia said...

tweeted!
http://twitter.com/lilfluffers/status/20330795003

Alycia said...

I'm a facebook fan and I posted a comment on August 4th about Grandma El's vs. CJ's BUTTer

Alycia said...

I posted a comment about Nicki's Diapers on my faccebook on August 4th

Alycia said...

I prefer both materials for different reasons. I love stay dry materials because they're very easy to spray poo off with, they keep things dry, and they're generally less expensive. I tend to reach for natural materials more though because I think they're softer, they cause less redness for my LO, and they're more likely to be organic.

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